Kate Middleton gave a rare update about her and Prince William’s youngest son, Prince Louis.
On Tuesday, Middleton stepped out alone to visit The Henry Fawcett Centre in Kennington, south London. The royal mom of three took the time to chat with another mother named Kriti, who was there with her 9-month-old son Kameron.
During their conversation, the Duchess of Cambridge shared some juicy details about Prince Louis, who is turning one next month. Middleton revealed that Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s sibling is already cruising.
“Louis just wants to pull himself up all the time,” Middleton said (via Hello!). “He has got these little walkers and is bombing around in them.”
Kriti was very happy with the conversation she had with the future queen. She pointed out how Middleton took one look at her son and said, “Oh he wants to go to walkies.”
“Apparently her son is cruising (when a child pulls themselves up and uses furniture to move about) and she said she was running after him all the time,” she added.
Middleton is dedicated to helping parents and kids and she mostly focuses on early years in children’s development. On the outing, she also met a whole room of adorable babies and toddlers.
Prince William’s wife also played with twins Kamina and Kashay who are nearly 2 years old. The girls’ mother Finesse said that she told Middleton what it was like having twins by describing it as “double the trouble” and Middleton laughed when she heard it.
In the past months, there have been rumors about Middleton expecting her fourth child with Prince William. Bookies Ladbrokes revealed earlier that the odds of Middleton announcing her fourth pregnancy this year are at 5/2. Punters have placed bets at 10/1 for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to welcome another addition to their brood this year.
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes is also positive about Middleton’s fourth pregnancy rumors. According to him, the “baby fever may well hit the royal family this year.”
If Middleton will get pregnant again, her fourth pregnancy will be risky because of her age. The duchess is already 37 and expecting moms at this age are referred to as “advanced maternal age.”
At this age, genetic risks are more common for the embryo having a Down Syndrome. Older women have higher risks of stillbirth and miscarriage, too.